It seemed that Mother Nature was determined to intervene on March 2, the original date of the annual Red Sky At Night arts fair. It was more like grey sky at night than rouge, hence organisers wisely decided to postpone proceedings.
In case you had not heard, this is the weekend to celebrate the Emerald Isle with festivities, pints of Guinness and lots of live music. You do not have to be Irish to appreciate the craic, which will be apparent when you spy the melting pot of cultures joining in the fun.
It seems that Saturday is all about the animals. Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts is holding its Dog Jog in the morning, and the Protection of Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) for the eastern districts is hosting its 8th Annual PAWS Under the Stars event that same evening.
It is no secret that one of the jewels of the Caribbean is the noble coconut. This bountiful fruit or drupe, as it is officially classed, is the raw beginning of so many natural things such as coconut water, milk, fresh coconut and coconut oil.
You’ve probably already noticed the swath of red on supermarket shelves, marking the month for lovers. Feb. 14 is Valentine’s Day and much like other popular dates on the calendar, being prepared in advance is the key to survival.
Have you always wanted to tread the boards? Does the idea of being in the spotlight draw you like a moth to the flame? Then perhaps now is the time to audition for one of the Cayman Drama Society’s blockbuster musicals.